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This training is approved for 6 FVIP hours.
River Edge Behavioral Health, Training Room A
175 Emery Highway
Macon, GA 31217
Family Violence Intervention Programs face unique facilitation challenges. These challenges potentially deter from the educational benefit of class and derail the accountability process. Ensuring accountability within class requires balancing support for men and doing our best to ensure victim safety. Often men enter our classes with uncertainty and sometimes outright resistance. Some of these men may attempt to sabotage or manipulate the class structure. In this one day training, Men Stopping Violence will introduce facilitation and group management skills proven to address facilitation challenges, develop a productive class culture, and model conflict resolution skills to class participants.
CEUs: This training has been approved by the Commission for 6 FVIP CE hours.
Registration: Seating is limited. Priority will be given to approved FVIP facilitators in Georgia and FVIP facilitators in training in Georgia. Registration will not be complete until we receive a check from you in the correct amount owed ($25 for Georgia facilitators and facilitators in training, $50 for all others).